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Emirates celebrates Easter with special offering in flight and on the ground

Posted 28 March 2018 · Add Comment

Emirates is celebrating the Easter holiday with a range of treats available to customers across all classes on board and in the airport lounges from 30th March to 2nd April.

 

Emirates customers travelling from Dubai to destinations in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Argentina, Brazil and the Philippines will be able to enjoy the Easter offering. Special menus have also been created for the lounges at Dubai International Airport and selected Emirates lounges worldwide. 

Across all classes, customers can look forward to special buns on board - handmade using Emirates’ signature recipe with spiced dough and orange peel, sultanas and currents. Various Easter-themed desserts will also be served to all customers including white chocolate eggs in Economy Class. First Class customers can also look forward to a special Easter edition of the Lakrids “Egg” Dulce de Leche Liquorice Balls in their personal goodie baskets. The seasonal menus are in addition to the regionally inspired cuisine served on all Emirates flights.

On Easter Sunday customers in all seven lounges in Dubai will be able to enjoy traditional buns, chocolate hazelnut Easter cake, Easter delight with mango mousse and almond florentine, carrot cake and Easter eggs in a basket. Emirates lounges in other airports will also be serving special menus for the day including lamb gigot in the Emirates Zurich lounge and roasted leg of lamb with mint vinegar in the Emirates lounge in Boston.

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